|Title||Dewey, The Keeper|
|Film||Secret of the Wings (2012)|
|Eye Color||Ice Blue|
|Family||Fiona (pet lynx)|
|Friends||Tinker Bell, Periwinkle, Lord Milori|
Dewey, better known as The Keeper, is an ice-talent sparrowman that records all of the information in Pixie Hollow, distributing them in books for all of the fairies to use.
While in his library, Dewey is visited by his friend, Periwinkle, who tells Dewey about a strange event that occurred while she was watching the animals cross the border from the warm seasons to the Winter Woods. While she was doing so, her wings began to sparkle. Dewey was baffled by the story as fairy wings sparkle when another fairy born from the same laugh is near. Just then, a warm fairy named Tinker Bell appears to ask Dewey about the wing phenomenon as well. Dewey then realizes that Peri and Tink were born from the same baby laugh, making them sisters.
Dewey was excited about the entire spectacle until Lord Milori arrives. Milori speaks to Dewey about a book that mysteriously appeared in the Winter Woods. Milori fears a warm fairy is in the Winter Woods which is forbidden. Milori then commands Dewey to ask any warm fairy that crosses the border to leave. When Milori exits, Dewey is stuck with the task of telling Tink to return home. Dewey instead allows Tink to stay for the day, before nightfall. Tink and Peri take the time to bond and connect. That night at Peri's house on a mountain cliff, Tink sets a fire to warm herself, but the fire breaks the thin ice she and Periwinkle were sitting on.
Because her coat is covering her wings, Tink is unable to fly and begins to plummet to the ground. Dewey rescues the tinker with his pet lynx, Fiona, and agrees that the Winter Woods really is too dangerous for a warm fairy. Dewey and Fiona gives Tink a ride to the border that separates Pixie Hollow and the Winter Woods. While Dewey is covering his eyes to prevent himself crying, Tink and Peri think of a way to continue seeing each other. The next morning, Peri visits the warm seasons via a snow making machine created by Tink and her friends.
When the machine dies down, Peri is rushes home. Lord Milori notices Peri's wings decaying and declares that she and Tinker Bell may never see each other again. Afterwards, the snow making machine goes on the fritz, endangering the Pixie Dust Tree and all fairy life. Tink tells Peri, Dewey, and the others that if they can preserve the Pixie Dust Tree with their ice abilities, fairy life would be saved. While Peri and her friends Spike and Gliss forge on, Dewey rounds up Lord Milori and an army of frost fairies. Together, the frost talents are able to preserve Pixie Hollow, and when the ice melts, everything is still alive and well.
In the end, Lord Milori and Queen Clarion abolish the border law, realizing keeping Peri and Tink separated was a mistake. Dewey is last seen at the big celebration, signing an autograph book for an admiring warm fairy.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
As a sparrowman, he is capable of flight, though this skill is nullified should he run out of pixie dust. He is never seen without his cane, implying that he cannot fly as well as other fairies (possibly due to the proportions of his wing-span). While talking to fairies and other small creatures, he speaks normally, while humans perceive his speech similar to a bell's ringing.
While never seen, it can be assumed that he has all of the same powers unique to winter fairies, inducing ice and snow whenever he wishes. Using his cane, he can levitate the snowflake platform in his den. It is unknown if this applies to anything else. Like all winter fairies, it is assumed that he cannot venture into warmer territories without the risk of damaging his wings.
Like all fairies, he is immortal, but it is unclear whether or not it is because of their biology or the magical properties of Neverland.